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Republicans have such a strong grip on Indiana – holding the governor’s office and super majorities in both legislative chambers – that it is difficult to see beyond the fact. It sometimes feels as though it must have always been so and always will be so.

A centuries-old institution survives not only through the accumulated weight of tradition, but through the ability to make sharp adjustments to its course when it finally realises it must. The British monarchy, by temperament a tortoise, has just put on a turn of speed again. Saturday’s stat…

We kicked off the 2020 legislative session last week at the Statehouse. It’s an honor to continue serving you as your state representative and working to improve the quality of life in our community. This is a “short session,” which lasts until early March. This is the session we consider bi…

Just a few years ago, an aircraft-industry expert envisioning a possible “game over” future for Boeing would have been inconceivable.

Once upon a time in Hollywood, there was a slate of Oscar nominations populated by directors and performers of reasonably diverse ethnic backgrounds and genders. Alas, that was in 2018. And again in 2019. But the fairy tale did not come true again on Monday, when the Academy of Motion Pictur…

Recently, the old joke that the orange construction barrel is Indiana’s state flower has been told with unprecedented frequency around the Hoosier state. The proliferation of orange and white that motorists encounter across all 92 counties in our state is a visual confirmation of a historic …

It is indeed a “good thing for all parties concerned and a good thing for the world,” as President Donald Trump said Wednesday, that “Iran appears to be standing down.”

The escalating confrontation between the United States and Iran paused on Wednesday, which, as President Trump put it, “is a good thing for all parties concerned.” Having demonstrated that it can strike Iraqi bases where U.S. troops are deployed with precision, Iran announced that it had “co…

Like it or not, Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden and his son Hunter have been dragged into President Donald Trump’s sleazy arms-for-dirt dealings with Ukraine. Biden can’t control that, but he can control how he handles questions about the matter. His responses haven’t been a g…

Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani was an implacable enemy of the United States who was responsible for hundreds of American deaths, as well as countless atrocities in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and elsewhere. His death in a drone strike was being cheered Friday by U.S. allies and progressive forces across…

Amid a standoff over the shape of the Senate trial required by the House’s historic impeachment vote, recently unearthed administration emails provide more evidence that President Trump personally blocked military aid to Ukraine to force its newly elected leader to smear his political enemie…

The U.S. government has refused for decades not only to do something about escalating gun violence but also to learn anything about it. This policy of willful ignorance is at long last expected to end under a federal budget that funds gun violence research for the first time in more than 20 years.

Pope Francis’ decision to stop classifying accusations of sexual abuse against Catholic clergy as secrets until they’re investigated by a Vatican panel is a step in the right direction. But it is not enough.

For only the third time in this country’s history, a president has been impeached. It now will be up to the U.S. Senate to determine whether President Donald Trump becomes the first one to be convicted by trial in the Senate and removed from office.

I’d love to take a few minutes to thank some wonderful people in our community.

The House of Representatives’ impeachment of President Trump on Wednesday was proper and necessary. Mr. Trump withheld a White House meeting and U.S. military aid in an attempt to force Ukraine’s president to aid his reelection campaign. This was a gross abuse of his office that Congress cou…

A common event in this era of ever-shorter news cycles is a major journalism investigation being published, drawing a brief surge of interest and then fading without ever having a significant impact. That seems to have happened with a jaw-dropping report by The Washington Post based on offic…

Gov. Eric Holcomb’s 2020 plan for Indiana might be his most ambitious yet, and so far it looks like actual progress will be made at the statehouse.

After she confronted Joe Biden in the Democratic Party’s first presidential debate in June, California Sen. Kamala Harris moved up in polls and seemed to become a top-tier candidate. Instead, the former state attorney general and San Francisco district attorney has became the latest White Ho…